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The Digital Artwork of Ikaruga

February 24, 2011 from paul0v2's blog

Ikaruga is a man who seemingly knows no boundaries when it comes to the digital labyrinth of art. Strafing seemingly at will through medium after medium, his work in ‘A Series Of Untitled Dreams’ is elegant, emotive and provoking.

Interview with Illustrator and Artist Pirecco

February 23, 2011 from marcos333's blog

It's a great pleasure to know that we have very talented illustrators and fine artists in Brasil. The first time I got in touch with Pirecco's work was during the Cowparade 2010 , as myself, he also participated of the event as an invited...

Stunning Paintings by Tara Babando

February 21, 2011 from AoiroStudio's blog

Tara Babando is an artist based out of Montreal, Canada. She is a fashion designer by day and a painter/ artist by night. Tara finds inspiration in everyday life, in the works of visual artists such as ISO50 and in the beautiful and strong...

Create a Wheatpaste Poster

February 21, 2011 from marcos333's blog

The Abduzeedo team is always worried to bring to our readers and followers the best content of the creative businesses. And when I mean best content, I'm not talking only about the articles, collections and portfolios that we bring to you...

Stunning Illustrations by Xavier Ramonède

February 18, 2011 from PauloGabriel's blog

Xavier Ramonède is a French illustrator that comes up with some really nice and witty illustrations. I love to find pieces like these that make me want to draw cute girls.

Unique Illustration Style by Seounghyon Cho

February 17, 2011 from abduzeedo's blog

Seounghyon Cho is an illustrator from South Korea but currently based in New York City. He has an MFA in Illustration from School of Visual Arts and his work has a very personal style, especially in terms of textures and feel. For more...

Ferocious Inspiration

February 16, 2011 from Drew's blog

“Crack this spine with a smile and a whistle.” Indeed, these nine capitalized and emboldened letters on the bindings of issues one and two epitomize the work of Ferocious Quarterly.

Inspiring Creative Process Videos

February 16, 2011 from marcos333's blog

I think one of the best ways to learn is watching other artists creating, some of the most awesome techniques can be revealed with a simple sneak peek into other artist creative process. I learned a lot watching this videos and I hope your...

Introducing Roa Street Art

February 15, 2011 from marcos333's blog

Roa is probably one of the most notorious street artists nowadays. Illustrating buildings, walls and everything paintable with his animals in many cities around the globe. I was not a huge fan of spray paintings, I always found that this...

Freakishly Cool Illustrations by Jeff Soto

February 15, 2011 from PauloGabriel's blog

If you think that illustration is made only of cute and adorable works, you might be terribly wrong. The bizarre and freakish have their special place in our heart. Well, at least in mine.

Impressive Pieces by Android Jones

February 14, 2011 from marcos333's blog

Other day while reading the news about the situation on Egypt I stumbled in a great illustration made about the issue. I liked it a lot so I tried to find more about the artist who did it. So, researching thru the web I found that the...

The Awesome Work of David Despau

February 11, 2011 from PauloGabriel's blog

If you are a new illustration you gotta know that you have all the chances in the world to make your way into the big leagues and work for the most awesome clients around, all it takes is your effort and exposure.